Step by Step Manual Setup ➞ Ubuntu Setup
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Download Ubuntu image and tacacsGUI files
Install Ubuntu on server or virtual machine
Basic Steps Ubuntu installation are reduced to a simple push button "Continue", "Yes", "Next", but there is also an important point with the installation of additional packages. At the end of the document, I described how to check the connection to the internet and how to edit the rights of sudousers.
- Initiate installation
- You should just initiate installation. In process of installation you should type hostname (any name), username (any username), password (any password). Go to the next point if you see "Software Selection" menu. Images below just for example.
- Software Selection
- Important! At this point you should select additional packages as shown in the figure below. Select OpenSSH server and LAMP server packages.
- Set MYSQL root password
- Important! You should set MYSQL root password, remember (or save) it for the next steps.
- Waiting finish and reboot
- Test Internet connection
For further installation, you will need an internet connection to the server, so you have to test the connection.
To start test the connection with the
ping -c 4 126.96.36.199, the further you have to test your DNS
ping -c 4 ya.rucommand. If the count of packets received is 4 in both cases, then the connection is configured correctly. Otherwise, you should look for the answer in the internet :(. I used DHCP server.
- Add Sudousers Rights
Some scripts should execute commands as the root user. You must specify the command to which the
password will not be requested. You must run the command
sudo visudoand then paste the text shown below to the end of the open file. Tip! Connect to the server using SSH (for example, putty can do that), execute command
sudo visudoand just copy/paste code below.
####nopassword commands for tacacsGUI#### www-data ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/service tacacs* , NOPASSWD: /bin/mount*, /bin/umount*, NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/pkill bmstart.sh , NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/pkill parseTacLog.sh, NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/pkill guiBackup_runn. , NOPASSWD: /bin/umount /var/www/tacacs/remotefs ####nopassword commands for tacacsGUI####On the picture above I used putty for set up ssh connection to the server, then execute the command
sudo visudo, move cursor to the end of file and copy/past code above. To save sudouser file just push Ctrl + x and type
The system willing to the next step.
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